The Singers

We are a friendly mixed voice choir, with members from Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Norfolk. The choir is named after the anti-slavery campaigner, Thomas Clarkson. Our repertoire is wide ranging and covers both sacred and secular works from madrigals to songs from the shows. Rehearsals are held in the Long Room, at the Octavia Hill House Museum, South Brink, Wisbech on Tuesday evening at 7.00 p.m. - 9.15 p.m.

We continue to welcome new singers of all voices, particularly basses and tenors. The ability to sight-read is welcome but we also welcome non-music readers and inexperienced singers, providing you are able to hold a tune.

The Clarkson Singers were formed originally in 1992, as an amalgamation of the Wisbech Choral Society and the Wisbech Male Voice Choir under the directorship of Bruce Wegg.

Concerts & Events

Have a look through our upcoming and past concerts and events. If you see a gap, and you'd like to arrange for the Clarkson Singers to perform for you, head over to our contact details, get in touch, and we'll see what we can do. We hope you may also be interested in additional musical events in the nearby area which are marked in light blue.







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Get in touch

Send a mail, give us a call, or just come along to a rehearsal. We'd love to hear from you.




(Anneli) 07919 816 962


Tuesday 7pm sharp at Octavia Hill House Museum